So this is it! You have decided to move your relationship from committed to forever, and you are going to celebrate your love on Valentine’s Day. In New York City!
Both are great choices, and we at Silver Star Transportation are going to make sure your experience is perfect—as we have been doing for couples visiting our city for more than thirty years!
Here is how this works. You share your goals with us, and we help you schedule and get organized, then provide you with comfortable, safe, reliable transportation to and from each destination.
Six Ways Of Celibrating Valentine’s Day In NYC
To get the conversation started, here are our top six suggestions for a romantic NYC visit:
01. Take in some of New York City’s most popular destinations.
Just a few include the Empire State Building, the Rock Observation Deck, the Statue of Liberty, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and Niagara Falls.
02. What’s more romantic than a cruise?
The Classic Harbor Line offers a Valentine’s Day Champagne Cruise in Chelsea, or take the Valentine Romantic Dinner Cruise on the Lower East Side.
03. No one does a show like NYC.
A few Broadway classics to consider include The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Moulin Rouge, Aladdin, Darling Grenadine, and Little Shop of Horrors.
04. Enjoy a romantic dinner before or after the show.
Excellent choices are Marea, an Italian eatery in Central Park South; Kyma in Flatiron, offering Greek food; and Asian cuisine at Buddakan in Chelsea. Simply share your culinary choice, and we will make it happen.
05. Museum of Modern Art
Explore NYC’s extraordinary art through the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, or the Guggenheim Museum.
06. Historical Landmarks
Dress for the elements, then snuggle into a horse-drawn carriage that will take you around Central Park, visiting the area’s spectacular historical landmarks along the way.
All you really need to know, however, is that this is our town, and we are totally committed to helping you and your partner make beautiful memories this Valentine’s Day.